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Top News

  • Australia: Fake improvised explosive devices slip through regional airport security

    August 1, 2019

    Serious security deficiencies have been uncovered at Townsville Airport, with fake bombs passing through screening undetected. In April this year aviation inspectors, with Home Affairs, conducted what is known as red teaming tests. Two fake improvised explosive devices passed through without being spotted by staff. Last month another device slipped through without anyone noticing. Terrorism expert Neil Fergus ...

  • New Ebola cases in DR Congo spark panic and border closures

    August 1, 2019

    The wife and daughter of a man who died from Ebola last week have been diagnosed with the disease, causing panic among DR Congo officials. It marks the first transmission of the disease in the city of Goma on the Rwandan border – something health experts have long feared. They have begun the long work of vaccinating anyone ...

  • Financial threats in H1 2019

    July 31, 2019

    Financial cyberthreats are malicious programs that attack users of online banking services, electronic money, cryptocurrency and other similar services, as well as threats aimed at gaining access to financial organizations and their infrastructure. Kaspersky experts regularly analyze the statistics that the company’s products anonymously send to the cloud infrastructure of the Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) ...

  • Cyberattack warning to small plane owners: How your aircraft could be vulnerable

    July 30, 2019

    The alert from the DHS critical infrastructure computer emergency response team. warns that modern flight systems are vulnerable to hacking if a person manages to gain unrestricted access to an aircraft. The alert also recommends that small plane owners restrict unauthorized physical access to their aircraft the best they can. It warns that access should remain limited until ...

  • Capital One suffers data breach affecting 100m customers

    July 30, 2019

    Capital One bank suffered a data breach on Monday which affected over 100 million customers in the US and Canada. The bank was hacked via its cloud-based storage (thought to be a misconfigured Amazon S3 bucket) and the suspect is believed to be a 33-year-old former software engineer named Paige Thompson. According to current estimates, 140,000 social ...

  • Supreme Court OKs $2.5B DoD Funding for Border Wall Construction

    July 29, 2019

    The Supreme Court has greenlit the Trump administration’s proposal to allocate $2.5 billion in Department of Defense funds for the construction of a more than 100-mile wall along the southern border, Military.com reported Saturday. The effort requires $789 million for the 46-mile portion in New Mexico, $646 million for a 63-mile part in Arizona and other funds for smaller ...

  • Blockchain Continues to Make Headway in the Energy Industry

    July 29, 2019

    Recent developments in the energy sector indicate that blockchain technology is being embraced to address a range of issues including network security and improved integration of renewable generation and demand response resources. This emerging technology continues to have the potential to become a disrupter in the energy industry. Recently the U.S. Department of Energy (“DOE”) awarded Xage Security, ...

  • Missile launcher found in man’s luggage at Baltimore airport

    July 29, 2019

    A missile launcher was found in a man’s luggage after he tried to bring it back from Kuwait “as a souvenir”, US federal officials said. The military grade weapon was seized at Baltimore/Washington Thurgood Marshall Airport, the Transport Security Administration (TSA) said. TSA officers called airport police who found the man and detained him for questioning. The unidentified ...

  • Dissident republicans ‘lure police to deadly explosive booby-trap near a bus stop in Northern Ireland

    July 28, 2019

    Dissident republicans are believed to have lured police to a bomb disguised as a fired mortar near a bus stop in Northern Ireland on Friday. The explosive, found on a footpath in Craigavon, Co Armagh, was set up to detonate if moved or touched, the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said. It said a call to a Belfast newspaper that a mortar had ...

  • Two North Carolina bomb squad agents injured after explosive materials blew-up during the search of a man’s home

    July 26, 2019

    Two North Carolina bomb squad agents were injured during the search of a man’s home after he was pulled over for having homemade explosives in his car. The State Bureau of Investigations (SBI) agents were assisting Sampson County Sheriff’s Office investigate a rural area southeast of Raleigh when the materials exploded on Friday. Assistant Special Agent in ...


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